• Write a brief description of the curriculum (staff training) offered through a clinical workplace.
• Provide an overview of the curriculum development and approval processes applicable to the clinical workplace setting.
• Explain how internal factors can impact the development and approval of this curriculum and why.
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Chapter 7, “Internal Frame Factors” (pp. 145–168)
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Chapter 5, “Forces and Issues Influencing Curriculum Development” (pp.73–88)
Chapter 16, “Multicultural Education in Nursing” (pp. 263–281)